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By Katharine A. Coffey, Paul Halasz, Christopher Stracco, Catherine A. Nolan
The New Jersey Supreme Court recently held that the statute of limitations for construction defects begins to run when any owner in the chain of title knew or should have known of the defects.
By Judith Blank, Namita Tripathi Shah, Glenn G. Rybacki
The MSRB published an advisory on September 13 highlighting to municipal issuers, dealers and municipal advisors the importance of disclosing material information "fairly, equitably and in the public domain."
By Day Pitney LLP
Equifax, one of the three major credit-reporting agencies, recently reported a breach of its security.
By Erin M. Healy
In final guidance published on September 6, the U. S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) provided manufacturers with recommendations for ensuring interoperable medical devices are safely and securely designed and developed through a recently published final guidance.
By Day Pitney LLP
Day Pitney's Michael Furey was quoted in a Politico article about two hospitals that will be downgraded to second-tier status by New Jersey's largest insurer, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, in its value-based health plan called OMNIA.
By Day Pitney LLP
September 8 article in Bloomberg BNA's Health IT Law & Industry Report and other publications, "Cybersecurity Costs Could Prompt Future Hospital Mergers," discussed the factors creating rising pressure on many smaller hospitals to merge or be acquired. Day Pitney's Eric Fader was quoted in the article.
By Von Sanborn, Dina Kapur Sanna, G. Warren Whitaker
Day Pitney partners G. Warren Whitaker, Dina Kapur Sanna and Von Sanborn will speak on different panels at the 2017 Delaware Trust Conference taking place on October 24 and 25.
By Day Pitney LLP
In United States v. Krug, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit made it a bit easier to pierce the attorney-client privilege when multiple defendants have a joint-defense agreement (JDA).
By Rachel Gonzalez, Theresa Kelly, James M. Leva
On August 29, the OIRA, which sits within the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), issued a memorandum staying indefinitely the expanded reporting requirements of the new EEO-1 form.
By Eric D. Fader
Implementation of the final rule, originally released in January and previously discussed here, had already been postponed three times this year, most recently until October 1, 2017.
By Day Pitney LLP
An August 30 article, "Electronic Health Records Rise Above Harvey's Floodwaters," in Bloomberg BNA's Health Care Daily Report and other publications discussed how the widespread adoption of electronic health records (EHRs) in the greater Houston area has helped local healthcare providers continue to support displaced patients ...
By Susan Huntington
Previously, Medicare carriers and auditors had required evidence that the beneficiary would show clinical improvement in order for the service to be considered medically necessary for coverage.
By Susan Huntington
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently announced that the Quality Payment Program Hardship Exception Application for the 2017 transition year is now available.
By Katharine A. Coffey, Christopher Stracco, Craig M. Gianetti
The Appellate Division recently reaffirmed and clarified the concept of a public university's qualified immunity from local land use regulations initially espoused in the New Jersey Supreme Court's seminal decision in Rutgers University v. Piluso
By Day Pitney LLP
An August 21 article in Bloomberg BNA's Medical Devices Law & Industry Report and other publications, "Cyber Risks Mounting for Networked Medical Devices," discussed how recent cyberattacks that hit hospitals and pharmaceutical companies have spotlighted the risks of using medical devices that connect to the internet and transmit sensitive personal data.
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